I spent a few days in Bangkok with Juno from RunawayJuno.com and we put together this photo-motion video over the course of a whole day.
This is the first time I put one of these time-lapse videos together and I couldn’t have done it without Juno’s help (especially in the barber shop). The 939 photos were shot over the course of a day and take us through a trip to Chatuchak market, rides on Bangkok’s mass transit and, and out for a couple meals.
I hope to do more of these in the future. It was a lot of fun to put together. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Stephen Bugno has been traveling the world and writing about it for the better part of 20 years. His articles and essays have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Seattle Times, and Transitions Abroad magazine. He blogs at Bohemian Traveler and edits the independent travel magazine GoMadNomad.com. He most recently set up a tour company offering authentic, small group tours at Unquote Travel. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
I always love Time Lapse videos! I especially love the scenes from the Barber! Seeing your hair transform looked cool!!
Love it! I think you should submit this as a short film! 🙂
@Bill @Elise Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, it felt good to get rid of the hair. After 3 years, I was not going to let that go undocumented…
It looks even more awesome in the post. There’s so many memories and so much fun! Thanks to come up with a great idea and let me be a part of it.
And YES you do look great in the new look!
Excellent! I like it guys. It’s fast and fun and shows the place well. Nice haircut.
Great job you guys! That was fun to watch. I also love the music you chose.
Very cool, nicely done!
You wouldn’t think it’d be interesting to see what a person did in a day, but it is!
To take your idea further someone should set out to do as many things they can do in a single day and provide a full video account of it, like flying a kite, participating in a riot, picnic, going bowling, making a cake, eating the cake, feeling remorseful about eating the cake, doing sudoku, watching TV, organizing their socks, praying, then going to bed.
Left a comment on Juno’s post too but this is really awesome! Nice work – would love to see more of these. Do you have any more in the works?
As I said to Juno… 3 minutes of pure awesomeness!
brilliant!!! loved it. I have done videos using photos too for 3daysinlondon.info but not in fast-frame motion. pretty cool. loved the pigtails, but the short back and sides looks neat! shame about the beard tho!
the meals looked yummy, interesting to see the inside of their trains, and am now dead keen to visit….loved the temples!!! wow!
thanks for a fun video, look forward to more
@notjustagranny and @3days_in_london
Really nice video, I havent really looked into it, but I would love make a few myself when i’m in Asia.